Colombia. There is great expectation over Pope Francis’s first apostolic visit to a land rich in history, culture and faith. But it is also marked by wounds and social division.[more]
The fury of the hurricane that caused devastation in Texas invites us to think again about the care and attention we give to our common home. News from the Focolare community in Houston.[more]
September’s Word of Life is rather demanding. It requires forgetting one’s self in order to give precedence to the other person, as a necessary condition for being true disciples of Jesus.[more]
The third edition of the project in the great Brazilian Amazon Region was held in July also this year. Around 40 healthcare professionals and members of the Focolare spent some time in the remote and forgotten places.[more]
The Word invites us to become messengers of benevolence and reconcilement.[more]
Roberto Cipollone (Ciro), craftsman and artist, has his studio in Loppiano. He breathes life, meaning and beauty into discarded items. “An object comes my way and something happens inside of me; I just transform it.“
Manila, Philippines, 6-7-8 July 2018. © 2017 Focolare Movement – Youth for a United World
Four families from the Philippines, England, Vietnam and Russia, recount their experience lived at the “Loreto School” (Loppiano, Italy) which has hosted thousands of familes from all over the world for 35 years.
150 Km from Budapest, Hungarians, Roms and people of other nationalities meet to get to know one another, to share and to discover they are brothers and sisters.
55 giovani africani, insieme a un team internazionale di professionisti, dal 19 al 24 giugno hanno realizzato, a Fontem (Camerun), un Laboratorio di incubazione di progetti imprenditoriali ispirati ai valori dell’Economia di Comunione.[more]
Urs, a Swiss focolarino who has lived in South America for many years, tells of his efforts at living the Gospel day after day, even when it’s not easy.[more]
Lest we forget: RImPRESA has kept a support project running in Norcia, one of the most heavily damaged areas, to help in the effort of reconstruction.[more]